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The track comes from their collaborative LP, PRhyme, out December 9th.
A disco tune that isn’t bogged down by its referentiality.
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The year's most grimy and positive rap hit gets an appropriately major rework.
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Smith's ballad gets roughed up by Twigs' distorted electronics.
"Video Girl" becomes a nightmarish reflection on identity in the digital age, with killer krump moves.
The British artist responded to some of the racist abuse she received on Twitter following reports she is dating actor Robert Pattinson.
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After listening to it, five minutes of slowburning heartache later, we can understand why.
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